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Facility and Safety Identification


Jun 03 2014

Brady Thermal Printers–A Comparison

Posted by Don Bangert in Facility and Safety Identification

Most of you already know that Brady has available two types of printers.  Those being the portables and the other being the bench top printers. I have attached files containing the attributes of each as they are listed in Brady’s two catalogs.  This should provide you with a compact tool to decide which one may be in your best interest.

With some exception, the bench top printers require software and a PC to accomplish the printing needed whereas the portable printers are designed to operate using only the on board firmware loaded into each.  With the exception of the BMP21, BMP21-Plus and the now obsolete IDXPERT, the portables can also be operated using software and a PC connection.

The only additional piece of information that I will include with this month’s news before closing is that as a general rule, as the printers increase in cost, their ability to accommodate a greater variety of label sizes and output volume also increases. You can find further breakdowns of Brady's thermal options below. 

Brady Handheld Thermal Printers
Side-by-Side Comparisons

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Brady Bench Top Printers
Side-by-Side Comparisons
 

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For more information on Standard Electric's Brady printer availability